Korea’s KT SAT, Rivada Space Networks Partner for Next Generation Data Network | Space

KT SAT, Korea’s national satellite communications services provider, and Rivada Space Networks have signed an MoU to provide next-generation connectivity for Enterprise and Government customers, enabling expansion in Asia Pacific and beyond.

KT SAT will deploy Rivada’s outernet, a unique space-based network in low earth orbit, to provide ultra-secure connectivity to Enterprise, Government and Maritime companies looking for scalable and resilient solutions for their expanding networks. And with Asia’s subsea cables, which carry much of the world’s data, increasingly becoming a focal point of geopolitical tensions, the region now, more than ever, needs resilient infrastructure, which is fast, secure, and reliable.

For Enterprise and Government customers, the key attributes of the outernet are ideal for a variety of applications, for example, to give banks and global companies secured networks with distributed offices, provide significantly more bandwidth for oil & gas exploration than is available today, enable seamless connectivity for shipping & fleet management, or provide 5G satellite backhaul connectivity network expansion for cellular operators. KT SAT can offer a competitive advantage in existing network services markets by expanding these markets, enabling new opportunities through multi-gigabit bi-directional performance, combined with worldwide reach.

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